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naeycThe program is accredited by the National Association
for the Education of Young Children

The Infant Toddler Enrichment Center is an educational child care center for children 3 months to 2.9 years.


The program is open to all families from Canton and its surrounding towns. Employees of Enable, Inc. and siblings of children enrolled in other Cole-Harrington programs are given priority.

The program offers scholarships for families with incomes below 85% of the state median income.

Funding is available through state contracts with the Department of Early Education and Care to support the inclusion of children from low-income families and children at-risk for abuse and neglect.


The program is dedicated to ongoing staff development and program planning. The program director holds a M.S. in Early Intervention and serves as a mentor to her staff. She supervises graduate level students from Boston University placed at the center who are pursuing a career with the birth to three population. The program employs a full time assistant program director, six Early Education and Care (EEC) certified infant/toddler teachers who have or are pursuing bachelors’ degrees, two assistant teachers, and part-time student aides from the community. The program also includes a social worker to support staff efforts to meet the mental health and social service needs of children and families. A child psychologist is also available for monthly consultation.